Jazz Links

Jazzology Records Home of the best Traditional Jazz records. Period.
Basin Street Records Basin Street Records is a record label that has been releasing real New Orleans music for two decades.
Ewing NunnAn unsung hero of audio recording. Ewing made the original Audiophile recordings that captured the Doc Evans sound.
Traditional Jazz Educators Network an organization of folks who are teaching traditional jazz to young people.
Best Record Player And Turntable: Buyers Guide The best turntable is a blog run by a true audiophile.
Traditional Jazz Mailing list Stay connected.
The Hogan Jazz Archive is the leading research center for the study of New Orleans jazz. A great resource.
Jazz trumpeter Leroy Jones The legendary jazz trumpeter Leroy Jones is known to music lovers as the keeper of the flame for traditional New Orleans jazz.
Dr. Michael WhiteDr. Michael White is an accomplished, multi-faceted New Orleans-based clarinetist, bandleader, composer, musicologist, jazz historian, and educator widely regarded as one of the leading authorities and culture-bearers of traditional New Orleans jazz music.
Chicago Jazz ArchiveDocuments the birth of “Chicago style” jazz.
www.butchthompson.com What can I say? Butch is one of the best.
Mike Flaherty’s Dixieland Direct Jazz Band is an exciting and energetic Washington, D.C. based band, that specializes in traditional New Orleans Dixieland music.
The New Black Eagle Jazz Band have been a fixture on the international jazz scene since 1971, bringing the sounds of traditional New Orleans Jazz to audiences all over the world.
Southside Aces Based in the Twin Cities of Minnesota, the Southside Aces are a true authentic New Orleans dance-hall style band.
The Red Hot Jazz Archive The Red Hot Archive is a multimedia site to study and enjoy the music of early Jazzmen.
Emporium of JazzIn this final episode of “Classic Jazz MN,” Butch Thompson provides the inside story on the Emporium of Jazz in Mendota, Minnesota — just across the Mississippi from Saint Paul. From its 1966 opening until the doors closed in 1991, it was the home of the Hall Brothers New Orleans Jazz Band.
The Original Dixieland Jazz Band The essence of New Orleans jazz. This band introduced a new music to the world in 1917 and dominated the recording market for over six years… unheard of in any recorded music genre to date.
America’s Finest City Dixieland Jazz SocietyAmerica’s Finest City Dixieland Jazz Society (AFCDJS) has promoted Traditional Jazz, Dixieland and Swing throughout the San Diego area.